Sunday, May 29, 2016

Lakewood is better than Brooklyn


19 comments:

  1. This is not business this is pure corruption to push people and get them to do it without telling them the quality of the homes being built....

    And raising the pricing of Lakewood homes where thousands of people are learning Torah and there is no way they will ever be able to afford to buy a home for their family when they need to AT THESE HIGH PRICES

    Sure they might be cheaper than Brooklyn homes but they're way overpriced for a Lakewood home and built with garbage quality.

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  2. No No No please stay in Brooklyn!

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  3. Lakewood IS Brooklyn, traffic, inaffordable housing, Brooklyn tznius standards and gashmiyus standards have arrived and now took over what used to be Lakewood.

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  4. Harold herskowitzMay 29, 2016 at 8:38 PM

    Remember this ad next time you say that we are building because we are a growing community. Remember this ad when you say that we need to increase our tax budget because our poor unfortunate brethren want to live here. Our committee led my Menashe Miller. Our complicit zoning and planning boards are to blame for turning a town with the potential to be a model example of a liveable, Yeshiva centered community, into an unliveable mass of housing. All was done for the profit of a few people. Menashe Miller is to blame for all of this. If he were removed the entire house of Cards would come tumbling down. Eventually the town tax rates would settle and we could try and repair all the damage done. Menashe has to go.

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  5. The beeping and crazy driving together with all the fantasy stores and restaurants come straight from Brooklyn.

    Shame on them for bringing this tumah to a Torah community like Lakewood

    Living in Lakewood for over 30 years and see the changes that happened over time.

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  6. The Tznius is outright disgusting, forget the chumros of snugness tight fitting clothes or shaitel styles, but the basics of basics are thrown out the window. ladies are dressed in the most pritzusdik way. Its sad, but hard to tell a difference if they are frum or Mexican. How are they not embarrassed to walk around with a skirt that is a few inches above the knee without anything covering their leg. Lakewood always strives for better standards, its a yeshiva community and they should be sensitive to that.

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    1. What about the men? Women should wear whatever they want to, they ate human beings, you know

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  7. Excuse me but chassidim are the only hope to help Lakewoods tsniyis problems

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    1. Who?? the Tuniis from Toms River?

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    2. It's actually a totally different crowd going to Rockwell

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  8. Lakewood is not an exclusive yeshiva community already for 20 years. Its about time your waking up. Move to brooklyn if its so terible here

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    1. yes. if you want to be yeshivish move from lakewood to brooklyn. that's brilliant.

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  9. What Tznius issues?? apparently all children got into school must be the Tznius problem has been fixed.

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  10. Actually the fashion trend in lkwd now is to sport leggings, it may not be yeshivish or within tznius boundaries but it covers up areas that halachacily may not be exposed.

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    1. Leggings are problematic since most ladies wearing them are also walking around barefoot. it covers the ankle but the rest of the foot is exposed.

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  11. Don't blame Brooklyn for Lakewoods problems. They are self inflicted by yeshivish money grubbers whose whole tachlis in life is more and more gashmius. Money not Torah is what drives the town

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  12. Contact Imperial Realty to voice your concerns...

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  13. It's not tzniusdik to discuss women's fashion and dress in a public forum.

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